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    Art Swap at the Ney Museum

    This collaboration between the Ney Museum and Big Medium is an opportunity for artists to trade their work for another artist's work. It's especially worthwhile, since, economic insanity being what it is, artists are often those least able to afford to buy someone else's art, n'est-ce pas? (Is that, what? Is that irony, Alanis?) Bonus: This welcome exchange of goods and ideas starts off with a free breakfast.
    Sat., June 23, 10am-2pm. Free.
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    Collection Rert: SMOKE WAS BLOWN. THE PHONE RANG. SOME PAINT WAS SPILLED.

    Painter/photographer Raphael Umscheid says he's going to do something different this time. Installation? Kind of? Maybe? Note: He may or may not be influenced by "the voicemails of friends which will be playing audibly in the room."
    Sat., June 23, 7-10pm
    2608-B Rogers
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    Pump Project: Farewell Fundraiser

    They have to leave their longtime digs. (Yeah – you know how that kind of thing goes.) They're welcoming alumni, gallery attendees, the Austin arts community, donors, and all PP supporters one last time to come and visit the iconic warehouse to say farewell to friends, artists, the building, and the pump. They're also raising money for relocation costs for their new location.
    Sat., June 23, 7-11pm. Free, but donations accepted, and RSVP.  
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    This Is a Test of the Internal Emergency Broadcast System

    This is also a multimedia art event and a one-woman show. That one woman is Yuliya Lanina, and so all we can tell you is that you'll be missing out like whoa if you don't see what the relentlessly inventive artist is up to this time. Painting, interactive sculpture, animation, and performance – and all of it exploring "the mechanized nature of human life and a state of perpetual unrest." Recommended.
    Closing reception: Fri., June 29, 7-9pm. Free.  
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    Wander

    Austin's innovative Art In Public Places project has conjured up an excellent choose-your-own-adventure sort of experience that incorporates actual sculpture on display around our urban hub. Roam the streets, roam the art, deep in the heart of Texas.
    All the time, any time
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    Not Gallery: Monopines

    In which Everest Pipkin and Alex Lukas display new prints, drawings, generative animation, and small sculpture where faked and altered natural objects have escaped corporate and personal usage and become wild.
    Through June 23
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    Stephen L. Clark Gallery: Plum Creek

    This stunning show features Kate Breakey's gold-leafed glass photographs and Bill Wittliff's beer-can pinhole solargraphs, with all of the images taken on Witliff's property in Plum Creek.
    Through June 23
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